We all remember when melatonin was all the hype. This would have been nearly a decade ago by now, and believe it or not (even after all of the bad press) people are still taking it.
With so much information out there on CBG vs CBD, it can be overwhelming to sort out what’s what. Don’t worry, we’re here to break it down for you and help you understand the benefits of CBG, CBD, and what they have in common. Let’s hop right in.
By now, everyone and their mother knows about the more popular cannabinoids like CBD and THC. These are a couple of the tried and true cannabinoids that have their undisputed medicinal properties. But there’s a new sheriff in town. Prepare to meet your new secret weapon — CBG. CBG (Cannabigerol) is a minor cannabinoid that is often present in cannabis and hemp strains in trace quantities. Believe it or not, CBG has received some legendary status as “The Mother of All Cannabinoids” because it is the precursor molecule that creates all other cannabinoids. Just like CBD, CBG has been reported to help reduce anxiety and offers a wide variety of therapeutic properties.
The media (and 99% of CBD companies) love to use the buzzwords “CBD is not psychoactive”. This is perhaps the most over-used (and misinformed) statement in the entire industry. CBD is non-intoxicating, but it 100% IS psychoactive, and we are here to help you understand why.
We’ve been there before. You just got your new $75+ CBD product and you can’t wait to try it out. So you do. And you wait. Anddddd you wait...